Endangered languages -- Sierra Leone, Sierra Leone -- Social life and customs, Bom language -- Sierra Leone
African Languages and Societies | Applied Linguistics
In this interview, Hawa Sanja is prompted to expound on the Tenjamaa, a ritual that takes place three days after the death of a woman; it is no longer practiced in Sogbaleh.
Africa, Sierra Leone, Sogbaleh
Hawa Ngajo Sanja (subject), Hannah Sarvasy (creator, transcriber), Tucker Childs (contributor), Tɔmi Ngombu (transcription consultant)
Childs, George Tucker, "Hawa Ngajo Sanja on Tenjamaa" (2009). The Kim and Bom Languages of Sierra Leone. 286.